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City Installs Street Named After Fallen Deputy

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Los Angeles County Sheriff's officials attend somber ceremony.

 

Just after 3:00 p.m. this afternoon, the City of Santa Clarita officially dedicated Dep. Randy Hamson Court.

The street is named after Deputy Randy Hamson, who was struck by a car while on duty in Santa Clarita on August 16, 2004. Over four years later, Hamson died of his injuries.

Another Hospital Reports Over Exposure

In what is beginning to seem like a recurring scene, another hospital has come forward and reported that some of its patients were exposed to high doses of radiation during CT scans.

The overdoses happened at Glendale Adventist Medical Center, where ten patients accidentally received three to four times higher doses of radiation during their procedures.

Rick Patterson, a partner at Owen, Patterson and Owen, a local law firm, represents some of the alleged victims of over exposure.

'Miracle' Gets SCV In The Christmas Spirit

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Miracles still happen, and the holiday classic, "Miracle on 34th Street" is happening on stage at the Canyon Theatre Guild. Feel the joy of the holiday season by coming to see this delightful, heartwarming production, on stage at the CTG.

Grand Opening Set For New Phase Of Sports Complex

khts_citymatters_scvlogoThe City of Santa Clarita invites community members to attend the grand opening celebration for the Phase IV expansion of the City's Sports Complex at 3:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 2.

No. 7 The Master's College Men's Soccer Team Advances In NAIA Tournament

sportslocalThe Master's College Men's soccer team shut out Holy Names, 1-0, in the first round of the NAIA tournament and will move on to the round of 16 in Fresno this weekend.

Marcelo Silva scored the lone goal of the game in the eighth minute and goalkeeper Kevin Lawson made five saves for The Master's College, the No. 7 team in the NAIA.

 

Newhall Boy's Medical Equipment Stolen From Front Lawn

LeviandmomKellyA young boy is headed for a Thanksgiving vacation without some critical baggage, thanks to some desperate, but not too smart crooks.

Avoid The Commuter Nightmare The Day Before Thanksgiving

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Expect high traffic volume as southland prepares for holiday.

 

The day before thanksgiving is often synonymous with baking preparation, catching up with old friends and tidying up the house. Unfortunately for residents in Santa Clarita and across the southland, we get to do none of those things because we're stuck in traffic.

'Handprints' Help Kids Chase Big, Bold Dreams

TV's Judge Hatchett featured on Families in Action.hatchett

 

Television's Judge Glenda A. Hatchett was a special guest on today's Families in Action show with Cary Quashen and Stephanie Weiss. Hatchett's appearance coincided with National Families Week, and she discussed important ways parents can support and empower their children to lead successful lives.

 

Fruit And Side Dishes Recalled Due To Illness

khts_recallsFresh cantaloupes and dinner side dishes are the subject of recalls today by their manufacturer; the canteloupe recall is due to possible Salmonella contamination and the side dishes, under the label Shedd's Country Crock, due to undeclared sulfites.

 

 

Early Feasts To Feature Food, Fellowship

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Thanksgiving will arrive a little early for some local children and families, as the Boys and Girls Club of the Santa Clarita Valley hosts its annual holiday feasts on Tuesday and Wednesday this week.

The Sierra Vista and Val Verde Clubs will gather Tuesday evening at their respective clubhouses, with the Newhall Club meeting and eating on Wedneday.